USA TODAY Sports high school football regional rankings for Oct. 13, 2020

USA TODAY Sports has divided up the country into regions — Florida, Texas, California, Southeast, Midwest, East, Plains and West — and has ranked the high school football teams within them. These are the rankings for Oct. 13, 2020. 

Teams that are not playing this fall have been removed from rankings for the fall season.

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IMG Academy's Kamari Wilson (24) celebrates his interception against Ravenwood with IMG Academy's Oj Burroughs (3) tduring the second half at Ravenwood High School in Brentwood, Tenn., Friday, Sept. 25, 2020. (Photo: Andrew Nelles / The Tennessean)

FLORIDA

1. IMG Academy (Bradenton)

Record: 5-0; Last result: def. Duncanville (Texas), 41-14

2. St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale)

Record: 0-0; Last result: N/A.

3. Central (Miami)

Record: 0-0; Last result: N/A.

4. Northwestern (Miami)

Record: 0-0; Last result: N/A.

5. American Heritage (Plantation)

Record: 3-0; Last result: def. Bartram Trail, 35-10.

6. Edgewater (Orlando)

Record: 1-1; Last result: lost to Winter Park, 36-6.

7. Deerfield Beach

Record: 0-0; Last result: N/A.

8. Chaminade-Madonna (Hollywood)

Record: 2-1; Last result: def. Bishop Verot, 21-6.

9.  Palmetto (Miami)

Record: 0-0; Last result: N/A.

10. Booker T. Washington (Miami)

Record: 0-0; Last result: N/A.

Also receiving votes: Christopher Columbus (0-0), Orlando Jones (3-0), Seminole (4-0), Venice (5-1)

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TEXAS

1. North Shore (Galena Park)

Record: 2-0; Last result: def. Willis, 48-21.

2. Duncanville

Record: 1-1; Last result: lost to IMG Academy (Florida), 41-14.

3. Westlake (Austin)

Record: 3-0; Last result: def. Del Valle (Austin), 58-0.

4. Ryan (Denton)

Record: 2-1; Last result: lost by forfeit to Reedy (Frisco).

5. Katy

Record: 3-0; Last result: def. Seven Lake (Katy), 59-3.

6. DeSoto

Record: 1-0; Last result: Idle.

7. Allen

Record: 2-0; Last result: Idle.

8. Carthage

Record: 4-0; Last result: def. Center, 56-14.

9. Lake Travis

Record: 2-0; Last result: def. San Marcos, 58-3.

10. Highland Park (Dallas)

Record: 1-0; Last result: def. Coppell, 42-36.

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SOUTHEAST

(Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tennessee)

1. Grayson (Loganville, Ga.)

Record: 5-0; Last result: def. Mill Creek, 20-13.

2. Lowndes (Valdosta, Ga.)

Record: 5-0; Last result: def. Valdosta, 33-21.

3. Trinity (Louisville, Ky.)

Record: 4-0; Last result: def. Ballard, 40-0.

4. Thompson (Alabaster, Ala.)

Record: 8-0; Last result: def. Gadsden City, 48-0

5. Dutch Fork (Irmo, S.C.)

Record: 3-0; Result: def. River Bluff, 41-7.

6. Archbishop Rummel (Metairie, La.)

Record: 1-0; Last result: def. Hammond, 41-0.

7. Hoover (Ala.)

Record: 8-0; Last result: def. Spain Park, 47-34.

8. Oakland (Murfreesboro, Tenn.)

Record: 8-0; Last result: def. Brentwood, 37-0.

9. Colquitt County (Norman Park, Ga.)

Record: 4-0; Last result: def. Northside, 63-14.

10. Lovejoy (Ga.)

Record: 5-0; Last result: def. Griffin, 27-6.

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MIDWEST

(Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, West Virginia, Wisconsin)

1. Center Grove (Greenwood, Ind.)

Record: 8-0; Last result: def. Lawrence North, 28-13.

2. De Smet Jesuit (St. Louis)

Record: 1-0; Last result: Christian Brothers, 41-21.

3. Pickerington Central (Pickerington, Ohio)

Record: 7-0; Last result: def. Grove City, 49-0.

4. Cathedral (Indianapolis)

Record: 8-0; Result: def. Brebeuf Jesuit, 49-7.

5. Archbishop Hoban (Akron, Ohio)

Record: 5-0; Last result: def. Walsh Jesuit, 27-14.

6. Southeast Polk (Pleasant Hill, Iowa)

Record: 6-0; Last result: def. Johnston, 28-10.

7. Mentor (Ohio)

Record: 6-1; Last result: def. Shaker Heights, 69-13.

8. St. Edward (Lakewood, Ohio)

Record: 6-1; Last result: def. GlenOak, 42-0

9. Liberty (Mo.)

Record: 7-0; Last result: def. Park Hill, 24-21.

10. Belleville (Mich.)

Record: 4-0; Last result: def. Glenn, 68-0.

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EAST

(Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont)

1. St. Peter’s Prep (Jersey City, N.J.)

Record: 2-0; Last result: def. Don Bosco Prep, 21-7.

2. Bergen Catholic (Oradell, N.J.)

Record: 2-0; Last result: def. Pope John XXIII, 42-7.

3. Pine-Richland (Gibsonia, Pa.)

Record: 4-0; Last result: def. Shaler Area, 61-14.

4. North Allegheny (Wexford, Pa.)

Record: 4-0; Last result: def. Norwin, 49-13.

5. St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, N.J.)

Record: 1-1; Last result: def. Seton Hall Prep, 49-21.

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PLAINS

(Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota)

1. Bixby (Okla.)

Record: 5-0; Last Result: def. Choctaw, 24-13.

2. Owasso (Okla.)

Record: 6-0; Last result: def. Edmond North, 27-7.

3. Bellevue West (Neb.)

Record: 4-0; Last result: def. Millard West, 42-7.

4. Jenks (Okla.)

Record: 5-1; Last result: def. Norman, 42-13.

5. Omaha Westside (Neb.)

Record: 7-0; Last result: def. Norfolk, 52-3.

6. Bridgewater/Emery/Ethan (S.D.)

Record: 7-0; Last result: def. Garretson, 41-9.

7. Stillwater (Okla.)

Record: 4-0; Last result: def. Dell City, 48-27.

8. Carl Albert (Okla.)

Record: 4-1; Last result: def. Bishop McGuinness, 56-35.

9. Lawrence (Kan.)

Record: 5-0; Last result: def. Aquinas, 39-27.

10. Broken Arrow (Okla.)

Record: 3-2; Last result: def. Edmond Memorial, 46-3.

***

WEST

(Alaska, Arizona, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Wyoming)

1. Chandler (Ariz.)

Record: 2-0; Last result: def. Pinnacle, 64-0.

2. Corner Canyon (Draper, Utah)

Record: 9-0; Result: def. Skyridge, 29-26.

3. Saguaro (Scottsdale, Ariz.)

Record: 1-0; Last result: def. Brophy College Prep, 27-0.

4. Hamilton (Chandler, Ariz.)

Record: 2-0; Last result: def. Perry, 64-22.

5. Lone Peak (Highland, Utah)

Record: 8-1; Last result: def. American Fork, 48-45.

States not playing fall football: California, Colorado, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Virginia, Washington, Washington D.C.

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